On this episode of The Bellator Christi Podcast, Pastor Brian examines four symbols in Acts 2 pertaining to the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. These four symbols tell us a lot about the personal presence of God in and through his Holy Spirit.
Pentecost: 4 Symbols that Illustrate How God Became Personal through the Holy Spirit
- The WIND illustrated that the PRESENCE of God became personal (2:1-2).
- The FIRE illustrated that the POWER of God became personal (2:3-4a).
- The TONGUES illustrated that the PURSUIT of God became personal (2:4b-13).
- The PENECOST illustrated that the PROMISES of God became personal (2:1-13).
About the Author:
Brian Chilton is the founder of BellatorChristi.com and is the host of The Bellator Christi Podcast. He received his Master of Divinity in Theology from Liberty University (with high distinction); his Bachelor of Science in Religious Studies and Philosophy from Gardner-Webb University (with honors); and received certification in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. He hopes to begin doctoral studies in theology and apologetics this fall. Brian is full member of the International Society of Christian Apologetics and the Christian Apologetics Alliance. Brian has been in the ministry for over 14 years and serves as the pastor of Huntsville Baptist Church in Yadkinville, North Carolina.
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